Ashted Classic Cars of Kenilworth : Classic Cars For Sale, Car Wanted
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For Sale 1931 Austin 7 AG Tourer For Sale 1931 Austin 7 AG Tourer
Registered 30th December 1931
This fine example is one of the very last Chummy bodied Austin’s produced and unlike many of its predecessors it has an all steel body instead .....
1938 Austin 10-4 Cambridge For Sale 1938 Austin 10-4 Cambridge
This car is in very nice condition with a beautiful sounding engine. She starts first time every time and the last 2 owners have cherished her well.
The steering is on the .....
1953 Morris Minor series 1 split screen For Sale 1953 Morris Minor split screen
This fantastic little gem is one of the last of her line
A real star to drive that never misses a beat
Finished in black with red coach line
Very good original interior .....
FOR SALE 1937 MORRIS EIGHT SERIES II SOLD 1937 MORRIS EIGHT SERIES II
The Morris Eight is a small family car which was produced by Morris Motors from 1935 to 1948. It was inspired by the sales popularity of the Ford Model Y and Austin 7. The .....
For Sale 1934 Austin Heavy 12-4 Westminster SOLD 1934 Austin Heavy 12-4 Westminster
Produced in 1933 and registered in 1934
One of three known remaining very rare and original cars finished in Livery of dark blue over black, with original deep blue .....
1969 TRIUMPH HERALD 13/60 CONVERTIBLE SOLD TRIUMPH HERALD 13/60 CONVERTIBLE 1969
In October 1967, the range was updated with the introduction of the Herald 13/60 at the London Motor Show
It was fitted with the 1296cc engine which it shared .....
For sale 1957 Rover P4 75 Saloon SOLD For sale 1957 Rover 75 Saloon
This delightful car with the exterior finished in its original French grey over black and interior in grey leather. This car has been maintained to the very highest standards. .....
For Sale 1936 Austin 10/4 Sherborne SOLD A rare Austin 10/4 Sherborne in fine usable condition
The Austin 10-4 Sherborne was the first Austin to have the new Airline style body and six light (3 windows per side) but was described in the Times .....